Arts & Culture BooksBill McCormick, S.J.December 27, 2019
Seeing Pope Francis as spiritual director means seeing that the pope takes himself less seriously than do his critics and defenders.
Faith Faith and ReasonBill McCormick, S.J.November 25, 2019
The recent writings of New York Times columnist Ross Douthat are calling political conservatives to a needed greater humility.
Faith Short TakeBill McCormick, S.J.August 02, 2019
If we stop criticizing them and listen.
Politics & Society DispatchesBill McCormick, S.J.April 19, 2019
Father Schall was often described as a contrarian, but he had his mind set on the "essential and ultimate" questions.
Faith InterviewsBill McCormick, S.J.February 19, 2019
The engagement with intersectionality by moral theologians continues the historical process by which the tradition has always learned from ways of knowing outside of itself.
Faith DispatchesBill McCormick, S.J.October 26, 2018
New calls for greater synodality—and the inclusion of many more voices than just bishops—may complicate the role of collegiality in church governance.
Faith InterviewsBill McCormick, S.J.December 12, 2017
Bishop Paul Tighe, the secretary of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture, has been called “the Vatican's nicest guy.”